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The IPC Brussels

What’s happening at IPC

Save these dates!

Saturday 14: Women of the Church meeting at 10:00

Sunday 15: Morning Worship at 11:15 followed by our Annual IPC Harvest Fest

Wednesday 18: Lessons & Carols Practice at 19:00

Thursday 19: Bibles & Beer at 18:15 at Carpe Diem, at the Merode metro stop

Saturday 21: D’viners at 19:00 at Linda and John (note the change of location!)

Sunday 22: Morning Worship at 11:15

Any questions?

IPC Harvest Fest 2017

IPC Harvest Fest and Auction

Sunday, 15 October

IPC Harvest Fest combines a special fellowship hour with auction sales of items and services donated by IPC members. It’s a fun time of friends, food, fun, and even a bit of fundraising for the church!

All will take place immediately after worship in the fellowship hall. There, you’ll find an extra-special selection of snacks and drinks to enjoy.  You’ll also find an assortment of homemade and handcrafted items (and services) for sale via silent auction. (For example, baked goods, jams & jellies, crafts, offers of babysitting, etc.) We’ll also have a live auction for the most special items. All proceeds will benefit the IPC.
If you have an item, talent or service to share, please bring it on Sunday, 15 October to place into the auction sale, and we’ll do the rest! (For example, you might bake a cake, knit a scarf, paint a picture, or offer 4 hours of babysitting.)  Please see Sheryl Abrahams with questions.


Mission of the Month – ASPIS

Mission of the Month – October

Building 4 Romania, Independence!
A Partnership ministry in Arad, Romania

Since 2010, IPC has been involved in mission and ministry in Arad, Romania. A card making project has blossomed into a partnership with a local program (ASPIS) that now has a training center (partially built & paid for by IPC) which provides training, work opportunities and social connections for special needs adults and at-risk children in the area.

In October the IPC Missions Team will begin our next (and most ambitious) step for ministry in Arad. We are developing a partnership with ASPIS, a local congregation and Habitat for Humanity and are now collecting funds to build the first studio apartment homes for the special needs adults we serve.  These apartments will be designed with our special needs adults in mind.   Trained toward independence at the ASPIS center, our special needs adults will, for the first time, have a place of their own to call home.